The October exhibition at the Moonta Gallery of the Arts features photographs and paintings of Bob Landt. See poster for details
Enjoy a relaxed walk in our 'bit of scrub'. Meet on Milne Tce at the Henry St entry at 10 am. Check out some of the different paths, or walk the paths well trod. Finish up with a coffee at one of the cafes, if you wish.
Moonta will celebrate the centenary of the World War 1 armistice by holding a memorial service, a community parade and a festival in Queen Square.
We are looking for groups and individuals to take part in the parade and party.
Floats for the parade can be anything military, circa 1918 or just fun.
Make use of your Kernerwek Lowender costumes.
Moonta held a similar parade in 1915 to raise money for the war effort and this event is in part a re-enactment of that parade.
The event is being hosted by Moonta RSL Sub-branch and Moonta & District Progress Assoc.
If you want to be involved, please email
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Time: 5:30pm Location: George St Moonta and around Queen Square The pageant will be followed by Christmas markets and concert in Queen Square. Bring a seat to watch the pageant , have some tea, then sit comfortably for the concert.
Town Hall, Henry Street entry 10:00 am -12 noon Closed Sunday 23rd
The Show 'n' Shine will be held at Moonta Oval on Milne Tce on Saturday 10th March from 9am -3pm. Prizes for vehicles under a wide range of categories. Down load the entry form and return the completed form either by email or the post, along with entry fee by March 1st 2019. The event is organised by Moonta and District Progress Association.